Ronda in SEATTLE writes: "...Dear Chris, Omg I got home from trick or treating with my son and found your new book waiting for me in the mail! I've attached a photo of my extreme gleefullness, and also one of my cat next to a pumpkin. He is named Calliope. He likes to bite faces. - Ronda in Seattle
Wendy from ONTARIO writes: "...Hi Chris, Don't these kitty paws look like some zombie breaking his way up through the earth from his grave? I've attached a comparison I did, so you can see what I mean."
16teen year-old Darby from INDIANA writes: "...Hi Chris! I've got quite a few websites that I check on a daily basis. Your site is definitely one of them. I also check Found Magazine, and you can imagine my delight when I came across this little number from the 1800's. Chris, this is history! This could be the beginning of the modern day cat lady! From Darby, 16, Indiana."
Kimberly in LA writes: "...Chris! Day of the Dead is a holiday celebrated in Mexico and Latin America. Traditions include building private altars honoring the deceased, using sugar skulls, marigolds, the favorite things of the departed and visiting graves with these as gifts. This lady was obviously a cat lady. ~ Kimberly via the Hollywood Forever Cemetery ~ LA